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1041  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Spondoolies-Tech - carrier grade, data center ready mining rigs on: September 06, 2014, 12:16:57 PM
SP10  Farfegnugen
SP20  Farfegnugen
SP30  Farfegnugen
SP31  Farfegnugen
SPXX  Farfegnugen

Whichever you choose pure "driving pleasure".

I'll do a Kim Dotcom and make a custom "SP3000 Turbo" sticker for my SP30.

Can I get a few for my SP30's?
1042  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: AMT fucks us over again on: September 06, 2014, 12:08:43 PM

Over the technobit AMT kerfufle a couple months back:
[6/12/2014 11:57:49 AM] Joshua: Yea martin's not pissed, he said he figure it out pretty quick. All is wel
[6/12/2014 11:58:17 AM] Joshua: its kinda hard to break up two guys who's wive's are friends. Its what they are trying to do it seems

Yup nothing to see here eh Marto.

Snakes.

Anyone doing biz with Marto needs their heads examined. 7 weeks now for the Minion GB boards is it?

Pfft... you can't trust either of these guys. Built from the same cloth.
1043  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Beastlymac - scammed me for 3.1 btc - gridseeds group buy on: September 06, 2014, 07:39:01 AM

Password crackin isn't that hard, you know. ID verif is a standard procedure...

numerous times i been confirming my id to beastymac, together with signed messages from my btc wallet, ip numers, email, ect. i was ignored.
also our id been confirmed by user gandalfG who know me and my brother prsonaly and he know beastymac.
Could you provide a link to gandalfG's profile please.

To clarify, no hostility intended, just curious.

Liar. Guys full of shit.
1044  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Beastlymac - scammed me for 3.1 btc - gridseeds group buy on: September 06, 2014, 07:02:11 AM
please change your signature as it is false.
it is not proven.
it is only your opinion.

for examample "lie" of my brother

i will provide shipping address in few days

only sums up your problem with lie obsession

about my next lie, 100+ customers.
i gave you solution, you ignored it.
it is not proffesional.

I will not change my signature as it is true. It is based on my opinion and the proof I have provided throughout this thread.

So you are saying it is ok for your brother to lie. I don't see how that makes sense or are you saying that Your brother did not say that?

If you make a claim publicly you have to be able to back it up publicly don't start cowering away.

Your brother said he would provide his shipping address 5 months ago he has not yet done so he is a liar.

+1

Game over for these 2 clowns.

Game over.
1045  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Ark customized version of the A1 Miner (1T 2T) evaluation on: September 06, 2014, 06:42:03 AM
Anyone purchase and receive these units?

Feedback would be helpful from customers.
1046  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] Bicknellski's Biased & Opinionated Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: September 06, 2014, 06:26:35 AM
Technobit continues to disappoint customers.

Shipped my order within Europe. So, I expect more B1 orders will ship soon.  Wink

Edit: If anyone need some Arctic Freezer 7 rev2 coolers, I have 20 for sale at $16 each. PM me if interested.
Those ship from the US, right?

Happy 7-weeks-since-ordering-paying-Anniversary to all! Anyone ordered/paid before 17th July?
1047  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Spondoolies-Tech - carrier grade, data center ready mining rigs on: September 06, 2014, 06:14:35 AM
SP10  Farfegnugen
SP20  Farfegnugen
SP30  Farfegnugen
SP31  Farfegnugen
SPXX  Farfegnugen

Whichever you choose pure "driving pleasure".

BFL Schadenfreude
HashFast Schadenfreude
BlackArrow Schadenfreude
AMT Schadenfreude
Technobit Schadenfreude
KnC Schadenfreude
Avalon Schadenfreude
Bitmine Schadenfreude

And this list goes on for the pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others who bought from less reputable companies.
1048  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: AMT fucks us over again on: September 06, 2014, 05:49:20 AM
Isn't Marto74 helping out AMT and Josh anymore?

Funny how that never gets mentioned in passing especially when he uses his alternate account Loshia to post.
1049  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] Bicknellski's Biased & Opinionated Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: September 04, 2014, 03:27:35 PM
How bad is BFL?

The worst?

It's like the kid on the playground saying "I know something that you don't.  Neener Neener Neener".  It's pointless to argue with him.  I have officially given up.
That was not the intent of it... *you* put out the circumstances, 1) BFL shipped on time, 2) 300 units per day 3) the claim of making 1500BTC from a 60gh miner.  I used the information available to me and told you that you were wrong and gave examples, but rather than accept the fact that I knew what I was talking about, you claimed I was using bad information and then changed the subject to Avalon and now you are going on about AM and protocols and Josh and other things that were not part of your original claim.

While I may not have known that there was a 4x limit on increases, I do have an understanding of how the process works and have several spreadsheets that I used for differing values of GH added to the network.  In addition, I made a mistake with K9 since you were talking about 1500BTC from a single and he jumped in with 1000BTC from a mini-rig and I didn't stop to think.  I have never claimed to be perfect and I do make mistakes.

I'll just ask one question and leave it there... At 300 units per day, how many days did you think it would take to complete the day 1 orders?

As someone who worked for BFL long before your tour of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory and whoring yourself out BCP, I actually feel sorry for you. At first I was angry at your obvious shilling and knew you were on the payroll before everyone else did here. I was once in your position to an extent, but on a managerial level. I too thought it was a wonderful place to be and defended BFL everywhere I could, but then one day I woke up and looked in the mirror and realized what I was doing. I took a call from a soldier who was about to retire who wanted to spend all his retirement money on a minirig and as a former soldier, I just couldn't do it. My moral compass, conscience, and empathy for the common man took over and I realized that our customers weren't the greedy one's that we treated with contempt but that they just wanted their products. BFL was the greedy entity. So I left with no backup plan or job in waiting, nothing, because I couldn't do it anymore. I didn't believe anymore, but I didn't leave without a fight to do the right thing, they just didn't want to do it.

I know you feel you are doing the right thing here by defending them, but you're not. No points will ever be made and accepted by anybody here. Your company will still be the bane of the Bitcoin mining world no matter what you say your claims are dubious enough after you've been caught being dishonest here before and making strawmen. Any frontrunning, Apple-inspired design by BFL has been lost on the consumers due to lies, obfuscation and lateness. A website had to be bought to bring down the negative google searches. The Monarch is a late, hideous Frankenstein of a miner that should never have taken that long to build if your company didn't focus so much on aesthetics instead of delivering products to their customers, or investors as I like to call it. I know how all the finances went down there and one day when BFL shutters its doors I will write a book about it and the mining industry as a whole due to my experience with many different companies.

Having said that, there are some good people who work there at BFL who I still maintain friendships with. From what I have gathered from your posts, you are not one of them. But you still have time to change.

In the future, I suggest we ignore BCP's posts as they add nothing to the discussion and only deflect attention away from BFL, which is the point. No arguments will be won, so why try? The facts alone are damning enough without his input.

Be awesome.
1050  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: ANN: BITMAIN announces Cloud Hash Platform-HASHNEST.COM on: September 02, 2014, 07:25:34 AM

Huh?

+ or - 784$ USD at current rate for a 1TH/s (1.6 BTC * $490USD = $784USD)
$3.25 USD per day in maintenance. "maintenance fee of $0.0032424/GH/s/Day"

Are those not the prices we are talking about? Ripoff?

Doesn't make any profit right? Barely. Ripoff? Not sure.

Check my numbers here:

http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculator/?h=1000.00&p=1000.00&pc=0.14&pf=0.00&d=27428630902.25790000&r=25.00000000&er=490.00000000&hc=784.00
1051  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Freicoin, demurrage and spending vs hoarding on: September 02, 2014, 05:48:45 AM
Very Recent Additions to Freicoin Bootstrapping.

AskCoin adding Freicoin.
Cointopay payment gateway integrates opencart and Freicoin.

Games

Freicoin-Dice added accepts Freicoin.
Freicoin Mafia]http://freicoinmafia.com/game/]Freicoin Mafia added accepts Freicoin and Dogecoin.

A small group is working hard to help make the coin more useful. Here is hoping that those with some interest in Freicoin join us and help out.

More Exchanges for Freicoin Project is one such venture.
1052  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Beastlymac - scammed me for 3.1 btc - gridseeds group buy on: September 01, 2014, 04:53:53 PM
Cold wallet the funds you are supposed to send him which he will not provide an address for. PM the fool the private key. Give the extortionist 7 days till you send the private key to Sean's Outpost. At which point the problem is resolved. Either he uses the wallet and get his refund or hungry people get food. Hoping for the hungry people time to end this.


Liar. Not lier. But I think they are extortionists above all else so treat them with the same respect they give you Beastlymac... NONE.
1053  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Stealing Electricity the next big thing? on: September 01, 2014, 10:10:44 AM
Before I type my little idea scenario here, I am not advocating the use of these ideas.  Wink

For some reason I cannot stop thinking about what to do with all this leftover mining equipment when difficulty and electric cost make my S3 miners unprofitable. My imagination runs wild with ideas. I read on bitcointalk ideas for using miners as space heaters while obvious generating small amounts of bitcoin. What a great idea! Of course taking into account cost, electric efficiency, and heat output of a space heater and comparing it to a bitcoin miner. This again has me thinking.

We hear about “botnets” or these big malware viruses that can be downloaded on a victim’s computer and then start mining bitcoin for a perpetrator. One computer might not add up to a lot of bitcoin, but spread it out over 100,000 downloaders and I’m sure it starts becoming profitable. However, the same rule applies to these malware creators as it does miners. Difficulty will always raise making the operation less profitable as time goes on. Instead of stealing computer resources to mine bitcoin, crypto-crooks will have to move on to something else. Electricity.

Here’s a scenario I see happening in the future. S3 miners become no longer efficient because of electricity rates and difficulty. They drop in price and are very affordable. Crypto-crook “Steve” attaches a wifi antenna to his S3 board heads to the nearest Starbucks, or even a nice highway rest area. Steve slides a piece of the drop ceiling out of place in the bathroom, and taps into the electricity from the florescent light. He plugs in his S3 miner, and connects it to the free wifi. There you have it, Steve is now running a rig that is virtually untraceable if found, and will run until it IS found. Or until it burns down the building lol. Which is another thing we might see.

We see reports of people using workplace servers to mine bitcoin, and there is always chatter in the forums about moving into a college dorm with electric included and running a few miners. Imagine a tech guy at a small but busy doctor’s office throwing an S3 miner on the server rack. No one would question it unless a new tech guy got hired.

Do you guys think electricity theft or even just ‘scheming’ with included electricity is going to turn into a big thing once we hit our climax of ASIC hardware? I think we are going to see some clever and useful, but also dangerous and illegal activates start taking place.


Welcome to many countries already doing this worldwide.

Don't have to farm bitcoin to see that going on here in Indonesia. The PLN has been waging a war with fraud for countless years with regards to GREY billing. Where some customers get a hefty discounts if you pay the right people. People do get caught and do face jail time. Good luck. Have you looked into BIOGAS?
1054  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [GUIDE] Bicknellski's Biased & Opinionated Miner Sellers Trustworthiness Guide on: September 01, 2014, 07:50:46 AM
Bicknellski, at the "end of the day", aren't all the producers of mining equipment at this point just scamming the people that want @home miners?Huh

Addressed that issue in this thread go back and read through.

One could argue that. One has argued that. Many have argued that many many many moons ago right up until this very moment and probably well into 2015 and probably until the end of BTC or as BTC prices remain below cost of production for a small miners.

Suffice to say that good money will continue to chase bad ideas. At least you can warn people off the VERY worst abusers and get something for their investment in choosing the lesser of evils. Scamming or is it poor and inadequate consumer education with regards to mining at home? Clearly if you are not spending millions to get economies of scale then home mining is really a hobby and should be treated as such.

There is really no need for this section of the forum if it is only geared to the small, hobby or home miner given the major fabricators are actually selling farm quantities use the smaller consumers as a dumping ground more and more for obsolete equipment. I think that was the case for AM and their earlier offerings of block erupters since they couldn't house all of their mining equipment they over produced.

The hobbiest or home miners should have stopped buying earlier in 2014 to be brutally honest. Then again, I just bought a small amount of SP30's and S2's so I am not even taking my own advice or listening to the many people like yourself rightfully pointing out the fact that there is no ROI in these units at this stage. I think there are any number of uses for mining equipment especially if you are targeting altcoins.

1055  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Spondoolies-Tech - carrier grade, data center ready mining rigs on: September 01, 2014, 01:27:53 AM
I forgot what kind of warranty was for SP30s if any?

Warranty...fot Bitcoin miners... Grin Grin Grin

Are you kidding... Huh

ZiG

Yes, for bitcoin miners..

Some companies offered warranty if units break down or not performing as expected within limited period after delivery.
They promised replacement or compensation...

How many have delivered as promised on that replacement and compensation?

Not so much about the "offers" but the "delivery" on that "promise".
1056  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Beastlymac - scammed me for 3.1 btc - gridseeds group buy on: August 31, 2014, 06:13:26 PM
Extortionist.
1057  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Callout BFL on uncompleted Monarch raffle giveaway on: August 31, 2014, 06:11:20 PM
Pretty sure BFL_Josh made that post after this thread was made, rofl. I don't know what timezone Bitcointalk and the BFL Forums use, if they're the same, then BFL_Josh made that thread 12 hours after this thread was made.

You think?

LOL! Guys a piece of work eh?

Never buy BFL or EMC is the best advice anyone can give. Even better don't game the trust system with faux contests littered with your own alt accounts. That is the biggest no no right?

1058  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Beastlymac - scammed me for 3.1 btc - gridseeds group buy on: August 31, 2014, 05:50:00 PM
Big bold text with color... oh my... and stating the same shit over and over again is not looking for a resolution.

That is EXTORTION.

Either accept the compensation or ask for more compensation don't rehash the same bs over and over again.

You do not want to find a resolution that is plain for all to see now.

You are not asking for compensation and that means you are trying only to ruin the reputation of Beastlymac. All you are accomplishing however is ruining your own reputation.

No one in their right mind should do business with you or your "brother".

Beastlymac... I suggest you give this clown one last chance to accept the compensation offered. If he doesn't then simply put the guy on ignore and walk away. There is nothing to be gained arguing with someone that doesn't want to resolve this problem.

Just make a cold wallet put the coins in and PM this JOKER the private key. If he doesn't take it send the private key to Sean's Outpost in 30 days. Problem finally solved.
1059  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Spondoolies-Tech - carrier grade, data center ready mining rigs on: August 31, 2014, 03:47:38 PM
Such a shame you didnt start 18 months earlier, you would have/could have pwned the entire market....
We like challenges.

Did the market disappear?

Still going to be a market. I suspect they already pwn the market given the product being produced.
1060  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: A little help to decide if you want to do a groupbuy or not... on: August 31, 2014, 11:16:20 AM
before joing group buy check trust feedback of creator

you can be scammed and get your trust ruined...


Also read trust those entering the GB as buyers... if you don't want PROBLEMS after the fact with extortionists like bbxx and his "brother" you might want to limit people like that getting into the group buy in the first place.
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